AGENDA
REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 2017
COUNCIL CHAMBERS - 8 p.m.
I.

Call meeting to order

II.

Pledge of allegiance

III.

Quorum

IV.

Agenda Additions/Deletions/Amendments

V.

Citizen Participation

VI.

Presentations

VII.

CITY BOARDS AND COMMITTEES

A.

Appointments/Reappointments/Swearing-in

VIII.

Council Announcements

IX.

City Manager's Report

X.

Consent Agenda

A.

Approval of August 7 Meeting Minutes

B.

Approval of Resolution R-49-17

Accepting the Construction of the Private Stormwater Management Facility Constructed Under the Permit SWM3-15 at Children of America and Releasing the Construction Securities Required Therewith
C.

Approval of Resolution R-50-17

Approving Variance Application BV-5-17, a Request by Vera Hernandez and Tania Lopez to Allow 70 Linear Feet of Six Foot High Wooden Replacement Fencing Along Stonybrook Drive When, According to the Prince George’s County Zoning Ordinance, Such Fencing Shall Not be More Than Four Feet High, at 12415 Stonehaven Lane
D.

Approval of Resolution R-51-17

Approving Variance Application BV-6-17, a Request by Patty and Glenn Stewart to Allow 99 Linear Feet of Six Foot High Wooden Replacement Fencing Along Buckingham Drive When, According to the Prince George’s County Zoning Ordinance, Such Fencing Shall Not be More Than Four Feet High, at 12701 Beaverdale Lane
E.

Approval of Resolution R-52-17

Awarding a Contract for Replacement of the ADA Ramp and Stairs at the Bowie Playhouse
F.

Approval of Resolution R-53-17

Accepting the Construction of the Private Stormwater Management Facility Constructed Under the Permit PSWM1-0114 at Bowie Medical Center and Releasing the Construction Securities Required Therewith
G.

Approval of Resolution R-54-17

Waiving by Two-Thirds Vote the Bidding Requirements of Section 61 of the City Charter, to Allow the City to Enter Into a Contract With Motorola Solutions, Inc. for the Purchase and Installation of Equipment for the Police Department’s Call Center
H.

Approval of Correspondence to City's Legislative Delegation re: HB1570/2017

XI.

Old Business

A.

City Transportation Priority List Draft Letters

Staff from the Department of Planning and Economic Development will present the draft Transportation Priority List letters – Public Hearing/Eligible for Action

XII.

New Business

A.

Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER)

This report identifies the extent to which the City has satisfied specific goals and objectives delineated in its Annual Action Plan for Fiscal Year 2017 – Resolution R-47-17 – Public Hearing/Eligible for Action

Link to CAPER Document - 

http://www.cityofbowie.org/DocumentCenter/View/5843

B.

SCMAGLEV NEPA Process Briefing

Mr. John Trueschler with the Maryland Transit Administration, will brief Council on the National Environmental Protection Act (NEPA) process
XIII.

Adjournment and Move to Close Session

Statutory Authority to Close Session, General Provisions Article, §3-305(b)(14): Before a contract is awarded or bids are opened, to discuss a matter directly related to a negotiating strategy or the contents of a bid or proposal, if public discussion or disclosure would adversely impact the ability of the public body to participate in the competitive bidding or proposal process.



NOTE: The Ethics Commission has advised that under certain circumstances, members of the public may qualify as lobbyists when they testify before the City Council. If so, the Bowie Ethics Ordinance requires that certain information be filed with the Ethics Commission. Please review the information about lobbying that is provided with the City Clerk. If you have any questions about lobbying, please contact the Ethics Commission or the Assistant City Manager.

This meeting will be televised live on Verizon Channel 10 and Comcast Channel 71 and 996, repeated on 9/6/17 and 9/9/17 at 7 p.m., and web-streamed live

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